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who can't be with us today. dana goldman from the usc schaeffer center who also can't be with us today. anupam jena. on our panel, and the audience and thomas phillips from university of chicago who could not be with us today. please join me in welcoming our panelists, our moderator and our discussants. [applause] >> thank you very much, henry. i'm joe and those at the american enterprise institute, ma and i have the honor of introducing the panel. before i say a little something about him i wanted to quote what i think is the single, clearest, sharpest statements about the state of health policy i've read in a long time. it's in the beginning of this report. this is the report we're talking about, best of both worlds, uniting universal coverage and personal choice in health care. this statement is, at its heart the current health policy approach first destabilize the insurance marketplace and then relies on a bright of stopgap measures to prevent its collapse. if that isn't the american way i don't know what is. in any event, it's great to have an alternative to other plants that have
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